More and bigger ships are calling on the East and Gulf Coast, setting the stage for regional logistics development.
Container truck capacity for serving ports and rail yards may tighten in coming year, but volume outlook is muted.
Market Expert Henry Byers sits down with FreightWaves EVP of Global Commercial Development Laura Fava to talk about what the drayage sector of the logistics industry may look like in 2020 and 2021, and also give some friendly advice for those who are looking to capitalize on new technology.
John Papageorgiou, Senior Product Manager at NEXT Trucking, sits down with FreightWavesTV’s Emily Szink in Chicago to talk about the company’s updated drayage marketplace.
This article is brought to you courtesy of NEXT Trucking The holiday shopping season is well underway even before Black Friday, as stores roll out promotions and shoppers look to get a head start on deals. For the logistics industry, this means a shorter period than ever to meet the challenge of surging volumes. A […]
East Coast port expects container volumes to double over next 30 years.
Market Expert Henry Byers sits down with FreightWavesTV Anchor Emily Szink to talk chassis. Chassis are an extremely crucial part of the drayage process. This video is in partnership with NEXT.
Rather than steady flows, imports moving in fits and starts determined by tariffs.